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Has The Aviation Industry Recovery Peaked?

The air travel recovery may have peaked recently, according to the latest blog post from OAG, which tracks and analyses air traffic data globally. Further OAG highlighted that the world’s airlines offered around 60 million seats lately. The scheduled capacity… Continue Reading →

Is Flying Safe in the Age of Coronavirus

Air travel during coronavirus encompasses new norms of temperature screening, fumigation of terminals, and sanitisation. The planes at present have very few passengers on board, but that could change with more fliers ready to return to the skies. Amid COVID-19,… Continue Reading →

COVID-19 Set to Boom Private Jet Industry

Globally, the aviation industry has seen a remarkable drop due to COVID-19. Recently, IATA reported that the industry could lose around USD 84 million of cash reserves this year. With existing air-travel demand, the situation could turn into new opportunities… Continue Reading →

How will Air Travel Change after the Coronavirus Pandemic?

The Coronavirus pandemic may have certainly put a damper on many flying plans. Still, with the decrease of the spread and necessity to get back home, many countries are now opening up their airways just as many airlines are now… Continue Reading →

How Airlines Use AI to Optimize Maintenance Operations?

It’s a well-known fact that the worst aircraft disasters have happened due to overlooked maintenance or faulty aircraft. In 2019, US airlines reported 302 tarmac delays longer than three hours, compared to 202 in 2018, according to data collected by… Continue Reading →

Without Govt. Intervention Bankruptcy Looms Major Airlines

Global aviation is shutting down in the face of the coronavirus outbreak and travel restrictions designed to restrain it. The Covid-19 will push most airlines all over the globe to bankruptcy by the end of May, according to the aviation… Continue Reading →

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